Princess Margriet wore a grey feathered fascinator Tuesday during a visit to Canada
Many know that Princess Margriet’s story began in Ottawa, where her mother and sisters were living during World War II. But #DYK that the Dutch royal family lived at Rideau Hall when they first arrived in Canada? pic.twitter.com/yJElC9AZut
On Thursday, Empress Masako wore a white short brimmed hat with wide slate blue hatband for a Red Cross event. She was joined by Crown Princess Kiko, Princess Nobuko and Princess Hisako in impeccable brimmed hats in pale hues
May 19: Empress Masako attended the Japanese Red Cross Society annual meeting at Meiji Jingu Kaikan Hall in Tokyo. 13 individuals and organizations were honored for their contributions. The JRCS meeting was canceled for 2 years due to the pandemic. 📸 https://t.co/bqJO9CV2Pspic.twitter.com/xTQrHExRuM
There were no hats at this year’s Closing of the Octave mass in Luxembourg… but there was a young prince making his first appearance at the event.
Two-year-old Prince Charles of Luxembourg was in attendance for the first time at Closing of the Octave masses (one of Luxembourg’s major annual religious celebrations), together with his parents and grandparents.
On Friday, Princess Hisako attended the 50th anniversary of a women’s advocacy organization in a purple jacquard covered hat with pork pie crown and curved brim trimmed with a matching bow and dark purple hatband and feathers.
On April 21, Crown Princess Kiko wore a white silk covered pillbox on a visit to Ise Jingu’s Geku and Naiku for “Rikkoshi no Rei” rites. The next day, she wore a black silk covered pillbox to visit the mausoleums of Emperor Komei and Empress Eishō in Kyoto
Local news gallery: Crown Prince Akishino and Crown Princess Kiko visited Ise Jingu's Geku and Naiku on April 21 for "Rikkoshi no Rei" rites.https://t.co/X7u448M2i0
Princess Alexandra wore a smart felt hat with camel crown and black brim for a visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre Stanford Hall in Nottinghamshire on Friday
The DMRC welcomed HRH Princess Alexandra as the first member of the Royal Family to visit since February 2020.HRH is patron of Queen Alexandra’s RN Nursing Service & Princess Mary’s RAF Nursing Service. HRH enjoyed a short tour of the unit meeting nurses & patients. @RoyalFamilypic.twitter.com/iuMVvGlUdJ
On Monday, Empress Masako repeated an ivory short-brimmed hat with wide lime printed hatband for the Midori Prize.
April 18: Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako attended the 16th MIDORI Prize Ceremony. The award honors achievements in plant and nature conservation research. Individuals and groups that contributed to local greenery promotion were also commended.https://t.co/HIfqq16RE7
For the Four Freedoms Awards in Middelburg on Thursday, Queen Máxima repeated a vibrant green floral dress with wide brimmed burgundy sinamay hat. Princess Beatrix repeated a bumper hat in black sinamay woven with silver threads.